Dish adds TheBlaze; YouNow raises $15M

More cable news from across the Web:

> Dish Network will now offer Glenn Beck's TheBlaze channel. Multichannel News article

> YouNow, a live, social-streaming service, raised $15 million in funding and also said it will launch paid subscriptions. Variety article

> Oppenheimer, which owns a 7 percent stake in Media General, is not supporting the company's bid to buy Meredith Corp., according to a new report. NY Post article

> Rentrak is starting to offer a ratings service for syndicated TV programs. MediaPost article

> The Cable Center said Jana Henthorn will be its new president and CEO. Multichannel News article

> Phil Craig will no longer work as VP and chief creative officer of Discovery Networks International. Deadline article

Mobile Developer News

> Gameloft, Ubisoft and Uken Games are among those mobile game developers working to foster talent. Feature

> Mobile app developers need to face the reality of ad-blocking technology. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> Rogers Communications is laying out a new competitive threat to Bell Canada, announcing plans to deliver its Ignite Gigabit Internet to 4 million homes by the end of next year. Article

> Frontier has introduced its E-PATH service, giving its wholesale Ethernet customers a new regional external network-to-network interconnection (E-NNI) option to connect their off-net business customer locations. Article

Wireless News

> According to a new report, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US are positioned for strong ARPU gains going forward, according to analysts at Jefferies. Article

> Lawmakers in the House are proposing legislation that would push the FCC to develop a plan to auction more government-held spectrum for commercial wireless use. Article

And finally… Microsoft is getting into the laptop game with its new Surface Book. Article

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